(10 x 8 In) This is an original antique cabinet photograph from the 1910s. It shows a group of Edwardian men and women posing proudly at the grave and memorial marker of two of the five strikers killed during the Chicago Garment Workers Strike of 1910. Difficult to make out the text on the marker in the scan but "Chicago Garment Workers Strike" can been seen with the help of a magnifying glass. I wish I could make out the names of which two are memorialized here but it is blocked by a wreath. The name "Izidor Sheikus" is stamped on the back.

The photo is in GOOD condition, heavy wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, light scuffs and scratches, pin hole near top edge, a few small creases and dents, water stains on the back side.

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